Feeling guilty for binge-watching "Game of Thrones" in one weekend, only to follow it with a week of "Girls" episodes and revisiting "The Wire" for the fourth time? Make all that couch-sitting worthwhile by acing this HBO Original Programming Quiz.
Larry even pulled off a "Seinfeld" reunion on the show.
Sometimes lewd or graphic, the "stars" of the show were unsuspecting civilians.
"John Adams" aired in 2008.
As Hannah's former roommate Elijah, we unfortunately don't get to see Rannells sing and dance nearly enough.
"Hard Knocks" follows an NFL team during training camp.
Airing since 2003, guests discuss global and national current events.
"The Young Pope" will supposedly follow an old pope. Kidding! It's a young pope!
Each season of the series followed a different aspect of the city's culture.
"Lucky Louie" was a precursor to Louis CK's acclaimed FX series, "Louie."
The show was also filmed in Botswana.
"Generation Kill" was an adaptation of a book about a reporter embedded in Iraq.
Nobody is a huge fan of the name except for Richard himself.
"John Adams" scored a whopping 13 Emmys.
About a cable news show, the episodes followed real current events.
The critical hit was on for six seasons.
The Tom Waits song was performed by different artists each season.
But the ride wasn't over, with a couple of film sequels after the show's finale.
Larry and Krazee Eyez had some predictable misunderstandings.
The patriarch of the Fisher family dies in the first episode, but still manages to butt into family business from beyond.
While the fictional show-within-a-show did indeed star Larry Sanders, Garry Shandling played the part.
Tony is seen going through the toll on the Turnpike.
Honestly, dealing with Hannah Horvath's neuroses might make anyone turn to the dark side.
The show will air reruns on PBS.
The Hendrickson clan had three moms, one dad and a gaggle of kids.
Paul Rudd narrated one season when the show followed the Kansas City Chiefs.
Remember, he's Vincent Chase's half-brother.
The series is a remake of a 1973 science fiction film.
A little singing or dancing would've been nice.
Judge developed the series based on his own experience in the early tech industry.
George RR Martin couldn't quite keep up his novel-writing with the pace of the show.